A Canoeing And Kayaking Guide To The Ozarks
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📒A Canoeing And Kayaking Guide To The Ozarks ✍ Tom Kennon
✏A Canoeing and Kayaking Guide to the Ozarks Book Summary : In the heartland of America rise the Ozark Mountains, teeming with cascading, free-flowing streams. Situated astride the Missouri/Arkansas border, the Ozarks represent a canoeing and kayaking wonderland. Still a comprehensive, accurate and readable guide, but now with a new design and format, A Canoeing & Kayaking Guide to the Ozarks (formerly Ozark Whitewater) catalogs the varied rivers of the region. Inside are updated descriptions of all the classic rivers, including the Buffalo National and Little Missouri, as well as exciting new reports of today's steep creek runs: Bryant, Turkey, and many others. This guide is the definitive sourcebook for Ozark river sport.
📒A Paddler S Guide To Missouri ✍ Joan McKee
✏A Paddler s Guide to Missouri Book Summary : Maps and details of Ozarsk streams and rivers that can be explored by canoe or kayak.
📒Canoeing And Kayaking Florida ✍ Johnny Molloy
✏Canoeing and Kayaking Florida Book Summary : Completely updated, Canoeing & Kayaking Florida, 2nd is the most comprehensive guide to the best of Florida's unique streams, springs, creeks, and rivers. Engaging and concise yet filled with carefully selected details vital to any successful Florida paddling adventure, Canoeing & Kayaking Florida spares readers encyclopedic fluff in favor of practical, no-nonsense information. With expanded regional maps and revised river maps, Canoeing & Kayaking Florida is simply the best and most informative Florida paddling guide available. Florida has a lot of sand, but it also has a lot of water--and not just for drinking. It's only natural that native Floridians and transplants alike paddle and ply the waterways of this waterway-rich state. Of course, Florida's native Indians and subsequent settlers used the creeks, streams, and rivers long before the first plastic kayak or fiberglass canoe took to this watery paradise. In the early 1970s, the state of Florida established a canoe trail system, which was born out of paddlers discovering the many destinations here. For various reasons, this state-sanctioned canoe trail system lost momentum. Building on the state's efforts and adding their own discoveries, paddling enthusiasts Elizabeth F. Carter and John L. Pearce brought together the rich and varied streams, creeks, and rivers of Florida. Together, they penned the original version of portions of this book, A Canoeing & Kayaking Guide to the Streams of Florida, Volume I. Their book covered the north central part of the state as well as the panhandle. This was followed by A Canoeing & Kayaking Guide to the Streams of Florida, Volume II, written by Lou Glaros and Doug Sphar. Their book covered the southern half of the state. Paddling grew steadily in Florida due in part to these excellent guidebooks, establishment of paddling clubs, positioning of outfitters on rivers, and population growth. More people explored new waterways, not only in new kayaks made of varied plastic but also ultra-lightweight canoes easy to paddle and transport. More recently, a rise in the use of recreational kayaks has led to a rebirth of paddling's popularity. In 2004, Molloy worked on a new consolidated paddling guide to Florida and refloated previously covered rivers, checking access points, and floated new waterways to highlight newer opportunities for Florida paddlers. Several new wilderness streams were added to the book. In the new 2007 edition, Molloy and Elizabeth Carter added a few more streams, and revised the maps for easier use. For over 20 years, Menasha Ridge Press's Canoeing & Kayaking Florida has provided the essential information needed to paddle the waterways of the Sunshine State.
📒Paddling The Ozarks ✍ Mike Bezemek
✏Paddling the Ozarks Book Summary : With gushing springs, clear-water streams, lush hardwood forests, and limestone bluffs rising hundreds of feet, the Ozarks offer enough paddling to fill a lifetime, including seven streams in the National Wild & Scenic Rivers system and three rivers protected by national parks. Paddling the Ozarks details 40 of the region's best paddling trips—classic floats, hidden gems, scenic lakes, and challenging whitewater. Waterways ranging from southern Missouri to northern Arkansas to Oklahoma’s Cookson Hills with year-round classics like the Current River, Jacks Fork, NF White, and Eleven Point make this the essential guide to paddling the Ozarks. Paddling the Ozarks reveals that what some call flyover country is better described as paddle-through. Look inside to find: GPS coordinates for every put-in/takeout Detailed river descriptions Maps showing access points and river miles Level of difficulty, optimal flows, rapids, and other hazards
📒Insiders Guide To Branson And The Ozark Mountains ✍ Fred Pfister
✏Insiders Guide to Branson and the Ozark Mountains Book Summary : With 35 live performance music theaters, Branson's reputation as a tourist destination is well-established. This guide features the entire local entertainment scene, the best places to stay and eat, as well as the surrounding Ozark Mountains. Maps. Photos.
📒Ozark Whitewater ✍ Tom Kennon
✏Ozark Whitewater Book Summary :
📒Branson And The Ozark Mountains ✍ Fred Pfister
✏Branson and the Ozark Mountains Book Summary : Music theaters, lakes and rivers, retirement, outlet shopping, outdoor recreation, scenic daytrips, fishing and hunting, them parks and nightlife.
📒The Canoer S Bible ✍ Robert Douglas Mead
✏The canoer s bible Book Summary : Canoe and equipment selection, handling, and care are explained, and preparation and strategies for canoe trips in the United States and Canada are described
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📒Flyfisher S Guide To Missouri Arkansas ✍ Dan Limbaugh
✏Flyfisher s Guide to Missouri Arkansas Book Summary : This is the 28th book in our Flyfishing Guide Series. Missouri and Arkansas have fabulous flyfishing for trophy trout in the tail waters of the White River and the Arkansas and Red Rivers. Each year brown trout over 10 pounds are taken. There are also good trout waters in Missouri along with some of the finest flyfishing opportunities for small mouth bass. Larry and Robert have lived and fished in Missouri and Arkansas for many years. They cover all of the fisheries, both rivers and lakes, and how and when to fish them. There are over 70 detailed maps of all of the waters showing mileage, boat accesses, etc. The authors also provide you with all of the travel information so you can plan a succesful flyfishing trip. There is a complete listing of all of the fly shops and sporting goods stores.